A new star has risen…..

Many thanks to Toby, our amazing village craftsman for making our beautiful new star, and thanks to Roy, Darren and Oliver for helping to install it in the cold foggy weather.  As the next few weeks of advent lead us to Christmas, do take an evening walk down Church Lane to see the star and think of the Magi, who followed the star to Bethlehem, to find a little baby, born to save the world. Now after Jesus was born in Bethlehem of Judea in the days of Herod the king, behold,  wise men from the East came to Jerusalem,  saying, “Where is He who has been born King of the Jews? For we have seen His star in the East and have come to worship Him.”  Matthew 2:1-2...
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Remembrance Sunday

Please note that only invited representatives of Chearsley Parish Council, veterans and serving members of the Armed Forces and their families residing in Chearsley, may attend the ceremony at the memorial, and must submit their contact details as requested. The Royal British Legion has asked that people observe the two-minute silence from the safety of outside their own homes. If you choose to visit The Green or any other public space, keep each other safe by respecting the 2 metre social distance rule, and do not attend if you have symptoms of COVID-19, are isolating, or in quarantine....
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Harvest

  Try your hand at making a corn dolly, using this instruction leaflet, hang it on your door or display in the window to show that Chearsley is celebrating Harvest. Or a tied bunch of Autumn leaves and berries would be just as good! Harvest Festival services at St Nicholas’ Church on Sunday 11th October: 9.30am – a traditional Harvest Festival with Holy Communion 4.00pm – an informal all age Messy Church celebration, also at the church All services and activities at the church are ‘COVID safe’ respecting the current requirements on numbers attending, and social distancing. Everyone is required to wear a mask or face covering inside the church building. Thank you for your co-operation at this challenging time....
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October Services

A new pattern for services in church in October We are going to double the number of Sunday morning services in each parish church. This has necessitated a change in both the time and pattern of services. Please remember to attend worship in your usual church, as capacity is significantly restricted by the 2m distancing rule that remains in place. Please note also that face coverings in church are now mandatory:   4th October         9.30am Nether Winchendon BCP Communion 11am Long Crendon Traditional Harvest Festival 4pm Long Crendon Family Harvest Service   11th October       9.30am Chearsley Traditional Harvest Festival 11am Long Crendon Service of the Word 4pm Chearsley Messy Harvest   18th October       9.30am Nether Winchendon Family Service 11am Long Crendon Communion Service   25th October      9.30am Chearsley Service of the Word 11am Long Crendon Service of the Word...
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Harvest Festival

It’s Harvest time! We can’t get together and celebrate as we normally do, but here in Chearsley plenty of alternative activities are in the planning. Here’s a round-up of what will be happening during the week of 5th to 11th October – look out for further details coming shortly…   ...
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